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Amy Hewett-Olatunde, a former ‘Teacher of the Year’ in the state of Minnesota, found herself removed from a state licensing board after using an expletive in a social media post critical of the President youtube musik sicheren.

Hewett-Olatunde took issue with Trump’s comments in an immigration meeting in which he described certain countries as “s***holes.”

 
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Hewett-Olatunde commented on a link to an article regarding the statements and added some commentary of her own.

“He is not worthy, nor are his puppet masters, of human dignity,” she wrote herunterladen. “He is the s***hole and we should line up to take a dump on him.”

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Hewett-Olatunde was actually confirmed to the board via a 34-33 vote, but one Republican state senator said their vote was a mistake due to a distraction and the revote along party lines resulted in a 33-34 removal video von youtube herunterladen auf iphone.

 
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Despite the decision, the St. Paul teacher said she doesn’t regret making unprofessional comments on Facebook.

“I stand behind everything I have posted on Facebook,” she said cv to download. “I’m not going to apologize for being passionate about something that is affecting my students every day.”

Other social media posts seem to suggest where her loyalty lies:

 

The image of her claiming Obama as her ‘always and forever’ President doesn’t mean she’s partisan in any way, though free simulation games. She promises …

 

Hewett-Olatunde was chosen as Teacher of the Year in 2015 and said the experience made her “humble.”

“I have learned to be much more humble and much more appreciative of the life I have been given,” she claimed.

 

Republican senator Eric Pratt explained that it wasn’t so much the criticism of the President that registered with him, but the callous tone used.

“What sets this candidate apart are the degrading attacks,” he said, “the dehumanization.”

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